The force said that the passenger can be penalised as per the law of the destined country if he is found carrying naswar with him.
The new law, which was published in the Official Gazette of the UAE, states that people who are caught bringing food, drinks and items containing cannabis into the country will not go to prison, if it is proven that they were carrying those items for the first time.
Dubbed "Panels," the proactive operation was professionally carried out by the General Department of Anti-Narcotics, who closely monitored the suspects attempting to smuggle the narcotics in 264 commercial solar panels.
Dubbed "66," the proactive operation was professionally carried out by the General Department of Anti-Narcotics, who closely monitored the suspects as they attempted to smuggle the narcotic pills on a refrigerated container containing boxes of lemons and plastic drug containers disguised as lemons.
Maj. Gen. Al Mazrouei pointed out that as soon as the security information were verified, the Anti-Narcotics Department and the General Administration of Customs-Abu Dhabi formed a joint team to monitor and inspect the suspicious shipment.
The UAE authorities were continuing to investigate the Irish organised crime group in parallel with authorities in the US, UK, Ireland and Spain, the Financial Times said.
After taking the necessary legal procedures, the police raided the farm where they arrested the defendants with 14 cannabis plants. The Public Prosecution ordered that the cannabis plants be uprooted and kept.
Inspection officers at the Passenger Operations Department at Dubai International Airport were able to identify the suspicious bags after they passed the x-ray machines, which reveal abnormal density in the two bags.
The box was scanned to reveal pineapples with black plastic bags inside them that contained 399 marijuana weed rolls which weighed 417.30 grammes. Later, the passenger was searched manually and scanned for body packing but nothing more was found.
Lt. Col. Majid Sultan Al Asam revealed that the department was tipped off about a large quantity of the illicit substances being smuggled into the UAE through its territorial waters within the jurisdiction of Sharjah.